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The National Assembly is the parliament of Saint Kitts and Nevis. The assembly has 14 or 15 members (depending upon circumstances), 11 of whom are elected for a five-year term in single-seat constituencies and are known as Representatives. The remaining four are called Senators; three are appointed by the Governor General and the fourth is the Attorney General (i.e. an ex-officio member).

Representatives of the National Assembly
Members Name Constituency Party

Dr. the Hon. Timothy S. HARRIS
Prime Minister

Belle Vue - Ottley's (St. Kitts 7) People's Labour Party
Hon. Shawn K. RICHARDS
Dputy Prime Minister
St. Anne Parish (St. Kitts 5) People's Action Movement
Hon. Vance W. AMORY
Senior Minister
St. George's (Nevis 10) Concerned Citizens' Movement
Hon. Mark A.G. BRANTLEY St. John and St. Paul (Nevis 9) Concerned Citizens' Movement
Hon Ian LIBURD Basseterre East (St. Kitts 1) People's Action Movement
Hon. Lindsay GRANT Half Way Tree (St. Kitts 4) People's Action Movement
Hon. Eugene A. HAMILTON Ottley's - St. Peter's (St. Kitts 8) People's Action Movement

Dr the Hon. Denzil L. DOUGLAS
Leader of the Opposition

Newtown Ground - Harris (St. Kitts 6) St. Kits and Nevis Labour Party
Hon. Marcella A. LIBURD Basseterre Central (St. Kitts 2) St. Kits and Nevis Labour Party

Hon. Konris MAYNARD

Basseterre West (St. Kitts 3) St. Kits and Nevis Labour Party
Hon. Patrice Nisbett St. Thomas and St. James (Nevis 11) National Reformation Party
Hon Vincent Byron
Attorney General
Senator Team Unity
Hon. Wendy C. PHIPPS Senator Team Unity
Hon. Anthony M, PERKINS Senator Team Unity
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